Facilitator's Book Study Resource Kit

Many schools and districts are moving toward culturally responsive education to better serve the growing numbers of diverse students, especially those that have been under-served.

Despite its popularity, there's still confusion about what CRT is and how all the pieces work together. Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain is a text unlike others in the field of diversity, equity, and inclusion. It helps educators understand the synergy between SEL/relationships, anti-racist education, and cognition for deeper learning. It brings together research from neuroscience, social justice education, and culturally responsive pedagogy in a way that is research-based, but accessible and practical.

Still there are misconceptions about CRT among teachers new to equity work. And, even those who have done courageous conversations and implicit bias training hold misconceptions about CRT.

This resource is designed for facilitators as a companion to the Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain Study Guide. The materials referenced in the facilitator's version of the guide are in this collection to help you lead people through the study of the text in a way that helps them understand the basics of culturally responsive teaching so it is less a mystery and not seen as a gimmick or fad.

Your Instructor

Zaretta Hammond
Zaretta Hammond

National education consultant and author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
Because it is a resource kit, there are no start and end times. You can access it as needed. The chapter resources modules will be released one per week between.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this resource kit for. one year.

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